Simple colors

Mostly opaque with a matte look to them.

Metallic colors

Shiny and glittery to sparkle up your day.

UV-reactive colors

Intense in regular daylight and bright in uv-light.

Simple but great for marbling

Our regular colors are exactly what you expect them to be. Colorful and plenty! Marbled colorations with these tend to have the sharpest lines between color transitions. Yellow, Orange and Navy Blue are slightly transparent and let other colors shine through.

Simple but great for marbling

Our regular colors are exactly what you expect them to be. Colorful and plenty! Marbled colorations with these tend to have the sharpest lines between color transitions. Yellow, Orange and Navy Blue are slightly transparent and let other colors shine through.

Get your bling on

These fancy and exciting metallic colors add some noble aesthetics to pours. Gold of course always is a safe bet, but that should not prevent you from experimenting!
Gold Glitter, Silver Glitter and Starry Blue have larger pigment particles than the other metallic colors.
All three pearl colors are slightly translucent and let other colors shine through if marbled.

Stand out and scream in colors

If you want something to immediately stand out these easily make it possible! These are daylight flourescent colors. This means that they sport an intense color in regular light and a bright glow under UV light. Most traditional blacklights or UV party lights work with our UV colors. The four “Reactive” colors have a metallic effect as well!

Stand out and scream in colors

If you want something to immediately stand out these easily make it possible! These are daylight flourescent colors. This means that they sport an intense color in regular light and a bright glow under UV light. Most traditional blacklights or UV party lights work with our UV colors. The four “Reactive” colors have a metallic effect as well!

Is this the real life, or is this just fantasy?

Since these are digital pictures they look different on each screen, especially on mobile devices. They also were taken in a lighbox under bright conditions, with the exception of the dark UV light pictures of course. Just keep that in mind.